English Language Learners PLOs


Contents

  1. 1 Liaison Meetings
    1. 1.1 ELL Liaison Meetings (D24)
    2. 1.2 ELL Liaison Meetings (D25)
    3. 1.3 ELL Liaison Meetings (D26)
    4. 1.4 ELL Liaison Meetings (D30)
    5. 1.5 ELL Liaison Meetings (High Schools)
  2. 2 ELL Professional Learning
    1. 2.1 Sharing Best Practices and Resources for Bilingual Chinese Programs - Spring (K-5)
    2. 2.2 An ELL Specific Overview for Parent Coordinators - AM
    3. 2.3 An ELL Specific Overview for Parent Coordinators - PM
    4. 2.4 Nuts and Bolts of ELL-Related Items
    5. 2.5 Collaborative Planning, English Language Learners, Assessment and Reflection for Supervisors of ELLs
    6. 2.6 Sheltered English Language Learners Observation Protocol (SIOP) Model (K-5)
    7. 2.7 Sheltered English Language Learners Observation Protocol (SIOP) Model (6-12)
    8. 2.8 Scaffolding Writing for ELLs (K-5)
    9. 2.9 Scaffolding Writing for ELLs (6-12)
    10. 2.10 Pathway to Success: Advanced Literacy for ELLs (6-12)
    11. 2.11 Pathway to Success: Advanced Literacy for ELLs (K-5)
    12. 2.12 ELL Data Analysis Training
    13. 2.13 Unpacking the New Language Arts Progressions
    14. 2.14 Strategic Formative Assessment of ELLs (6-12)
    15. 2.15 Strategic Formative Assessment of ELLs (K-5)
    16. 2.16 Fostering Academic Success for ELL Students in the Math Classroom (Spring Session)
  3. 3 Language Access Coordinators
    1. 3.1 Language Access Coordinator Training 2/9
    2. 3.2 Language Access Coordinator Training 3/9
  4. 4 NYSESLAT Training
    1. 4.1 2018 NYSESLAT REFRESHER Training for Elementary Schools 3/26 AM
    2. 4.2 2018 NYSESLAT REFRESHER Training for Elementary Schools 3/29 AM
    3. 4.3 2018 NYSESLAT REFRESHER Training for Middle Schools 3/26 PM
    4. 4.4 2018 NYSESLAT REFRESHER Training for High Schools 3/29 PM

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Liaison Meetings

ELL Liaison Meetings (D24)

E044

English Language Learners

Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)

Professional Learning Description

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ELL Liaison Meetings (D24)


Description:

This professional learning opportunity is designed for the designated ELL Liaison/Coordinator of the  school. It will be comprised of a compliance and instructional component. Compliance topics will include (but are not limited to): regulations that govern ELL education, demographic and performance information, ELL identification process, ELL Data Analysis Tool (EDAT), ELL Data Update Report (EDUR) and ATS reports for ELLs. Resources such as the ELL Policy and Reference Guide will be reviewed and discussed. This opportunity will also support the instructional growth of the ELL Liaisons by exploring various research-based topics on ELL pedagogy. Hands-on activities will enable participants to develop and share ELL strategies with one other before bringing them back to their schools in an effort to build capacity.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will receive updates to ensure that all ELL compliance-related matters are addressed.
Participants will be engaged in hands-on activities that develop appropriate ENL strategies with supporting scaffolds that enable ELLs to access the curriculum.

Location:

October: Linden Place DOE Office Room 407 6Th Floor 30-48 Linden Place Flushing, NY 11354 All Other Dates: 24Q113 P.S./I.S. 113 Anthony J. Pranzo 78-23 87Th Street Queens, NY 11385


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Wednesday, June 06, 2018






Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.1, 1.2, 1.4

Danielson:

1A, 2A, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Register here!

*If available, this option ( #E044) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

School Administrators and/or ELL Liaisons/Coordinators. Grades K-8


Facilitators:

Giuvela Leisengang


Please e-mail GLeisengang@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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ELL Liaison Meetings (D25)

E043

English Language Learners

Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)

Professional Learning Description

Locations, Dates, Times

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ELL Liaison Meetings (D25)


Description:

This professional learning opportunity is designed for the designated ELL Liaison/Coordinator of the  school. It will be comprised of a compliance and instructional component. Compliance topics will include (but are not limited to): regulations that govern ELL education, demographic and performance information, ELL identification process, ELL Data Analysis Tool (EDAT), ELL Data Update Report (EDUR) and ATS reports for ELLs. Resources such as the ELL Policy and Reference Guide will be reviewed and discussed. This opportunity will also support the instructional growth of the ELL Liaisons by exploring various research-based topics on ELL pedagogy. Hands-on activities will enable participants to develop and share ELL strategies with one another before bringing them back to their schools in an effort to build capacity.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will receive updates to ensure that all ELL compliance-related matters are addressed.
Participants will be engaged in hands-on activities that develop appropriate ENL strategies with supporting scaffolds that enable ELLs to access the curriculum.

Location and Dates:

Friday, October 20, 2017 25Q244 137-20 FRANKLIN AVENUE, QUEENS, NY 11355 PHONE: 718-445-5730 Tuesday, January 23, 2018 25Q120 58-01 136 STREET, QUEENS, NY 11355 PHONE: 718-359-3390 Friday, March 16, 2018 25Q107 167-02 45 AVENUE, QUEENS, NY 11358 PHONE: 718-762-5995 Wednesday, June 13, 2018 25Q107 167-02 45 AVENUE, QUEENS, NY 11358 PHONE: 718-762-5995


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM









Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.1, 1.2, 1.4

Danielson:

1A, 2A, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Register here!

*If available, this option ( #E043) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

School Administrators and/or ELL Liaisons/Coordinators. Grades K-8


Facilitators:

Maria Vasiliou-Rozos


Please e-mail MVasiliouRozos@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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ELL Liaison Meetings (D26)

E094

English Language Learners

Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)

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ELL Liaison Meetings (D26)


Description:

This professional learning opportunity is designed for the designated ELL Liaison/Coordinator of the  school. It will be comprised of a compliance and instructional component. Compliance topics will include (but are not limited to): regulations that govern ELL education, demographic and performance information, ELL identification process, ELL Data Analysis Tool (EDAT), ELL Data Update Report (EDUR) and ATS reports for ELLs. Resources such as the ELL Policy and Reference Guide will be reviewed and discussed. This opportunity will also support the instructional growth of the ELL Liaisons by exploring various research-based topics on ELL pedagogy. Hands-on activities will enable participants to develop and share ELL strategies with one other before bringing them back to their schools in an effort to build capacity.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will receive updates to ensure that all ELL compliance-related matters are addressed.
Participants will be engaged in hands-on activities that develop appropriate ENL strategies with supporting scaffolds that enable ELLs to access the curriculum.

Location:

26Q203 P.S. 203 Oakland Gardens 53-11 Springfield Boulevard Queens, NY 11364


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Thursday, October 12, 2017 Thursday, January 11, 2018 Thursday, March 1, 2018 Thursday, June 14, 2018






Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.1, 1.2, 2.2

Danielson:

1A, 1E, 3C

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Register here!

*If available, this option ( #E094) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

School Administrators and/or ELL Liaisons/Coordinators. Grades K-8


Facilitators:

Rosalind Valenza


Please e-mail RValenza@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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ELL Liaison Meetings (D30)

E048

English Language Learners

Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)

Professional Learning Description

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ELL Liaison Meetings (D30)


Description:

This professional learning opportunity is designed for the designated ELL Liaison/Coordinator of the  school. It will be comprised of a compliance and instructional component. Compliance topics will include (but are not limited to): regulations that govern ELL education, demographic and performance information, ELL identification process, ELL Data Analysis Tool (EDAT), ELL Data Update Report (EDUR) and ATS reports for ELLs. Resources such as the ELL Policy and Reference Guide will be reviewed and discussed. This opportunity will also support the instructional growth of the ELL Liaisons by exploring various research-based topics on ELL pedagogy. Hands-on activities will enable participants to develop and share ELL strategies with one another before bringing them back to their schools in an effort to build capacity.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will receive updates to ensure that all ELL compliance-related matters are addressed.
Participants will be engaged in hands-on activities that develop appropriate ENL strategies with supporting scaffolds that enable ELLs to access the curriculum.

Location:

Location for October:
30Q148
P.S. 148 Queens
89-02 32 Avenue
Queens, NY 11369

Location for Jan, March, June:
30Q141
I.S. 141 The Steinway
37-11 21 Avenue
Queens, NY 11105


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Friday, October 27, 2017

Friday, January 26, 2018

Friday, March 23, 2018

Tuesday, June 05, 2018






Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.1, 1.2, 1.4

Danielson:

1A, 1E, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Register here!

*If available, this option ( #E048) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

School Administrators and/or ELL Liaisons/Coordinators. Grades K-8


Facilitators:

Evelyn Mosquea


Please e-mail EMosque@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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ELL Liaison Meetings (High Schools)

E049

English Language Learners

High Schools (9-12)

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ELL Liaison Meetings (High Schools)


Description:

This professional learning opportunity is designed for the designated ELL Liaison/Coordinator of the  school. It will be comprised of a compliance and instructional component. Compliance topics will include (but are not limited to): regulations that govern ELL education, demographic and performance information, ELL identification process, ELL Data Analysis Tool (EDAT), ELL Data Update Report (EDUR) and ATS reports for ELLs. Resources such as the ELL Policy and Reference Guide will be reviewed and discussed. This opportunity will also support the instructional growth of the ELL Liaisons by exploring various research-based topics on ELL pedagogy. Hands-on activities will enable participants to develop and share ELL strategies with one another before bringing them back to their schools in an effort to build capacity.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will receive updates to ensure that all ELL compliance-related matters are addressed.
Participants will be engaged in hands-on activities that develop appropriate ENL strategies with supporting scaffolds that enable ELLs to access the curriculum.

Location:

26Q430 Francis Lewis High School 58-20 Utopia Parkway Queens, NY 11365


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Thursday, October 26, 2017 Friday, January 12, 2018 Friday, March 2, 2018 Friday, June 1, 2018









Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.1, 1.2, 1.4

Danielson:

1A, 1E, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Register here!

*If available, this option ( #E049) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

School Administrators and/or ELL Liaisons/Coordinators. Grades 9-12


Facilitators:

Doshka Truick


Please e-mail DTruick@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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ELL Professional Learning

Sharing Best Practices and Resources for Bilingual Chinese Programs - Spring (K-5)

F191

English Language Learners

Elementary Schools (K-5)

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Sharing Best Practices and Resources for Bilingual Chinese Programs - Spring (K-5)


Description:

This professional learning opportunity is designed to address and support teachers working in Transitional Bilingual Education and Dual Language Chinese Programs. Participants will engage in research and material studies to craft instructional modules for new and existing TBE/DL Chinese programs in elementary schools.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will review and enhance materials and resources.
Participants will craft instructional modules for the elementary schools' Bilingual Chinese Programs.

Location:

Linden Place 407
30-48 Linden Place
Flushing, New York 11354



Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Tuesday, February 06, 2018

Monday, March 12, 2018

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Wednesday, May 16, 2018





Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.1, 1.2, 2.2

Danielson:

1A, 1E, 3C

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F191) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

School Administrators and TBE and/or Dual Language Chinese Teachers, Grades K-5


Facilitators:

Jenny An


Please e-mail yan@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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An ELL Specific Overview for Parent Coordinators - AM

E185

English Language Learners

All Schools (K-12)

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An ELL Specific Overview for Parent Coordinators - AM


Description:

This half-day presentation includes an overview of federal as well as NYS/NYC educational policy and regulations governing English Language Learners for the parent coordinators. Participants only need to register for one of the sessions.  


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will develop a deeper understanding of the ELL population.
Participants will gain a deeper understating of the ELL identification process and the ELL programs offered in schools.
Participants will review resources on how to support to the ELLs and their families.

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place Room 605 - 6th Floor 30-48 Linden Place Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30AM - 11:00AM


Dates:

Thursday, January 25, 2018









Core Connections:

Quality Review:

4.2, 5.1

Danielson:

4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Register here!

*If available, this option ( #E185) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

Parent coordinators


Facilitators:

Yazmin Torres


Please e-mail YTorres13@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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An ELL Specific Overview for Parent Coordinators - PM

E186

English Language Learners

All Schools (K-12)

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An ELL Specific Overview for Parent Coordinators - PM


Description:

This half-day presentation includes an overview of federal as well as NYS/NYC educational policy and regulations governing English Language Learners for the parent coordinators. Participants only need to register for one of the sessions.  


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will develop a deeper understanding of the ELL population.
Participants will gain a deeper understating of the ELL identification process and the ELL programs offered in schools.
Participants will review resources on how to support to the ELLs and their families.

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place Room 605 - 6th Floor 30-48 Linden Place Queens, NY 11354


Times:

12:00PM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Thursday, January 25, 2018









Core Connections:

Quality Review:

5.1

Danielson:

3D, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


This session has been canceled - please register for the AM session above.



Target Audience:

Parent coordinators


Facilitators:

Yazmin Torres


Please e-mail YTorres13@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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Nuts and Bolts of ELL-Related Items

F023

English Language Learners

All Schools (K-12)

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Nuts and Bolts of ELL-Related Items


Description:

This one-day presentation comprises all critical compliance components necessary to meet federal, state and city regulations that govern the education of English Language Learners. Topics to be discussed include but are not limited to: ELL demographics, ELL performance information, the ELL identification process, and ELL-related ATS reports. Upon registering please download, print and bring a copy of the ELL Policy and Reference Guide to the session.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will receive updates to ensure that all compliance-related matters are addressed.

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Room 605
6Th Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Monday, January 22, 2018









Core Connections:

Quality Review:

3.1, 4.2, 5.1

Danielson:

2A, 3D, 4E

Framework:

Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment, Effective School Leadership


CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F023) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

ELL coordinators and/or school administrators


Facilitators:

Yazmin Torres, Rosalind Valenza


Please e-mail YTorres13@schools.nyc.gov

or

RValenza@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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Collaborative Planning, English Language Learners, Assessment and Reflection for Supervisors of ELLs

F068

English Language Learners

Administrators

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Collaborative Planning, English Language Learners, Assessment and Reflection for Supervisors of ELLs


Description:

This professional learning opportunity is designed for school administrators who are supporting teachers as they provide differentiated instruction within the Integrated ENL model. This opportunity is a collaboration with the Queens CSA ELI. Dr Andrea Honigsfeld will be a guest speaker, while forthcoming support will be provided by QN FSC ELL team by request. Teacher collaboration in designing instruction and assessment, and the practice of co-teaching will be the focuses.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will develop a knowledge of successful collaboration within the Integrated ENL model.

Location:

26Q067
J.H.S. 067 Louis Pasteur
51-60 Marathon Parkway
Queens, NY 11362


Times:

8:30AM - 11:30AM


Dates:

Tuesday, May 22, 2018









Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.2, 2.2, 4.1

Danielson:

1E, 3D, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F068) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

School Administrators,  Grades K-12


Facilitators:

Richard Braun


Please e-mail RBraun2@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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Sheltered English Language Learners Observation Protocol (SIOP) Model (K-5)

F071

English Language Learners

Elementary Schools (K-5)

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Sheltered English Language Learners Observation Protocol (SIOP) Model (K-5)


Description:

This professional learning opportunity provides participants with an introduction to the SIOP Model as an instructional approach in ELL pedagogy. The research for this instructional approach is grounded in making content comprehensible for English Language Learners. One of the major components of the SIOP Model is the writing of language and content objectives as an essential element in lesson planning. Participants will have an opportunity to practice writing lessons that contain language and content objectives and learn various ways to assess student learning.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will gain an understanding of the SIOP Model as an instructional approach in making content more comprehensible.
Participants will identify the eight components of the Sheltered English Language Learners Observation Protocol (SIOP).
Participants will learn how to use the SIOP model in order to assess the effectiveness of lesson delivery.


Please note that this offering is a repeat from an offering with the same title that was offered during the fall cycle. Please do not register again if you previously attended.

Location:

24Q013
P.S. 013 Clement C. Moore
55-01 94 Street
Queens, NY 11373


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Tuesday, March 06, 2018

Wednesday, March 07, 2018








Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.1, 1.2, 3.4

Danielson:

1A, 1E, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F071) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

ESOL and Common Branch / Content Area Teachers working with ELLs, Grades K-5


Facilitators:

Giuvela Leisengang


Please e-mail GLeisengang@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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Sheltered English Language Learners Observation Protocol (SIOP) Model (6-12)

F072

English Language Learners

Middle and High Schools (6-12)

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Sheltered English Language Learners Observation Protocol (SIOP) Model (6-12)


Description:

This professional learning opportunity provides participants with an introduction to the SIOP Model as an instructional approach in ELL pedagogy. The research for this instructional approach is grounded in making content comprehensible for English Language Learners. One of the major components of the SIOP Model is the writing of language and content objectives as an essential element in lesson planning. Participants will have an opportunity to practice writing lessons that contain language and content objectives and learn various ways to assess student learning.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will gain an understanding of the SIOP Model as an instructional approach in making content more comprehensible.
Participants will identify the eight components of the Sheltered English Language Learners Observation Protocol (SIOP).
Participants will learn how to use the SIOP model in order to assess the effectiveness of lesson delivery.

Please note that this offering is a repeat from an offering with the same title that was offered during the fall cycle. Please do not register again if you previously attended.

Location:

24Q005
I.S. 5 - The Walter Crowley Intermediate School
50-40 Jacobus Street
Queens, NY 11373


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Monday, March 26, 2018

Tuesday, March 27, 2018








Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.1, 1.2, 3.4

Danielson:

1A, 1E, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F072) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

ESOL and Common Branch / Content Area Teachers working with ELLs. Grades 6-12


Facilitators:

Giuvela Leisengang


Please e-mail GLeisengang@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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Scaffolding Writing for ELLs (K-5)

F073

English Language Learners

Elementary Schools (K-5)

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Scaffolding Writing for ELLs (K-5)


Description:

This professional learning opportunity is designed to support the participants’ knowledge and understanding of the linguistic needs of English Language learners at multiple proficiency levels (Entering through Commanding). Participants will examine and expand their understanding of the linguistic demands of Common Core writing and will leverage their understanding into building their ELLs’ writing skills. We will explore the various Common Core writing standards that align to narrative, persuasive and informational writing. During these sessions, participants will engage with multiple scaffolding strategies that support ELL students in developing and strengthening their writing.



Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will learn scaffolding strategies that assist ELLs at all proficiency levels to improve their writing skills in multiple writing genres.
Participants will become cognizant of the speaking to writing mode continuum.


Please note that this offering is a repeat from an offering with the same title that was offered during the fall cycle. Please do not register again if you previously attended.

Location:

26Q026

P.S. 026 Rufus King

195-02 69 Avenue

Queens, NY 11365


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Monday, February 5, 2018

Friday, February 9, 2018








Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.1, 1.2, 3.4

Danielson:

1A, 1E, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F073) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

ESOL and Common Branch/English Language Learning Area Teachers working with ELLs. Grades K-5


Facilitators:

Rosalind Valenza, Susan Mahl


Please e-mail RValenza@schools.nyc.gov SMahl@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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Scaffolding Writing for ELLs (6-12)

F074

English Language Learners

Middle and High Schools (6-12)

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Scaffolding Writing for ELLs (6-12)


Description:

This professional learning opportunity is designed to support the participants’ knowledge and understanding of the linguistic needs of English Language learners at multiple proficiency levels (Entering through Commanding). Participants will examine and expand their understanding of the linguistic demands of Common Core writing and will leverage their understanding into building their ELLs’ writing skills. We will explore the various Common Core writing standards that align to narrative, persuasive and informational writing. During these sessions, participants will engage with multiple scaffolding strategies that support ELL students in developing and strengthening their writing.



Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will learn scaffolding strategies that assist ELLs at all proficiency levels to improve their writing skills in multiple writing genres.
Participants will become cognizant of the speaking to writing mode continuum.

Please note that this offering is a repeat from an offering with the same title that was offered during the fall cycle. Please do not register again if you previously attended.

Location:

26Q026

P.S. 026 Rufus King

195-02 69 Avenue

Queens, NY 11365


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Monday, March 19, 2018

Friday, March 23, 2018








Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.1, 1.2, 3.4

Danielson:

1A, 1E, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F074) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

ESOL and Common Branch/English Language Learning Area Teachers working with ELLs. Grades 6-12


Facilitators:

Rosalind Valenza, Susan Mahl


Please e-mail RValenza@schools.nyc.gov SMahl@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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Pathway to Success: Advanced Literacy for ELLs (6-12)

F075

English Language Learners

Middle and High Schools (6-12)

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Pathway to Success: Advanced Literacy for ELLs (6-12)


Description:

This professional learning opportunity focuses on the work of Dr. Nonie Lesaux and Emily Phillips Galloway from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. The aim of this Advanced Literacy Institute is to build the capacity of all educators in an effort to ensure that the instruction in all classes reflects high expectations.  Ultimately, the goal is to impact ELL achievement so that ELLs meet grade-level standards and become college and career-ready.  This opportunity is designed to address the challenge of serving linguistically diverse populations of ELLs by ensuring that instruction is designed to develop students’ advanced literacy skills, rather than basic literacy skills.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will expand their instructional repertoire through the lens of Advanced Literacy to boost ELLs’ academic achievement.
Participants will learn high-impact instructional strategies that promote instruction to build oral and written language.
Participants will to gain the ability to lead effective literacy instruction, engage with tools to support ELLs, and share strategies in their professional learning communities in an effort to build capacity.

Please note that this offering is a repeat from an offering with the same title that was offered during the fall cycle. Please do not register again if you previously attended.

Location:

30Q126
Albert Shanker School For Visual And Performing Arts
31-51 21 Street
Queens, NY 11106


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Thursday, March 22, 2018 Wednesday, April 18, 2018








Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.1, 1.2, 3.4

Danielson:

1A, 1E, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F075) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

School Administrators, ESOL and Common Branch/English Language Learning Area Teachers working with ELLs. Grades 6-12


Facilitators:

Evelyn Mosquea


Please e-mail EMosque@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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Pathway to Success: Advanced Literacy for ELLs (K-5)

F076

English Language Learners

Elementary and Middle Schools (K-8)

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Pathway to Success: Advanced Literacy for ELLs (K-5)


Description:

This professional learning opportunity focuses on the work of Dr. Nonie Lesaux and Emily Phillips Galloway from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. The aim of this Advanced Literacy Institute is to build the capacity of all educators in an effort to ensure that the instruction in all classes reflects high expectations.  Ultimately, the goal is to impact ELL achievement so that ELLs meet grade-level standards and become college and career-ready.  This opportunity is designed to address the challenge of serving linguistically diverse populations of ELLs by ensuring that instruction is designed to develop students’ advanced literacy skills, rather than basic literacy skills.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will expand their instructional repertoire through the lens of Advanced Literacy to boost ELLs’ academic achievement.
Participants will learn high-impact instructional strategies that promote instruction to build oral and written language.
Participants will to gain the ability to lead effective literacy instruction, engage with tools to support ELLs, and share strategies in their professional learning communities in an effort to build capacity.


Please note that this offering is a repeat from an offering with the same title that was offered during the fall cycle. Please do not register again if you previously attended.

Location:

30Q092
P.S. 092 Harry T. Stewart Sr.
99-01 34 Avenue
Queens, NY 11368


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Wednesday, February 07, 2018

Wednesday, February 14, 2018








Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.1, 1.2, 3.4

Danielson:

1A, 1E, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F076) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

School Administrators, ESOL and Common Branch/English Language Learning Area Teachers working with ELLs. Grades K-5


Facilitators:

Evelyn Mosquea


Please e-mail EMosque@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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ELL Data Analysis Training

F083

English Language Learners

All Schools (K-12)

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ELL Data Analysis Training


Description:

This one-day presentation provides an overview of the ELL Data Update Report. The EDAT is a tool designed to allow schools to self-assess and self-monitor their data and compliance.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will review multiple sources of student achievement data and an overview of ATS reports necessary to customize a school report.
Participants will develop the knowledge necessary to utilize the ELL Data Analysis Tool (EDAT) to drive planning, programming, and instruction.

Location:

DOE Office: Linden Place - Room 605
6Th Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Tuesday, February 27, 2018









Core Connections:

Quality Review:

2.2, 3.4, 5.1

Danielson:

3C, 3D, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F083) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

ELL coordinators and/or school administrators


Facilitators:

Yazmin Torres, Rosalind Valenza


Please e-mail RValenza@schools.nyc.gov;  YTorres13@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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Unpacking the New Language Arts Progressions

F084

English Language Learners

Middle and High Schools (6-12)

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Unpacking the New Language Arts Progressions


Description:

This two-day professional learning opportunity will unpack and apply the New Language Arts Progressions in the ENL classroom.
The New Language Arts Progressions (NLAP) is a detailed framework for teachers that outlines and ensures that ELLS are meeting the Common Core Standards.
The Progressions include five levels of language proficiency and demonstrate what Engage New York cites as a: “trajectory of language learning and teaching.”
***It is recommended, that participants bring curricula material that can be applied using the NLAP in their professional settings.***  


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will be empowered to utilize the New York State Education Department’s New Language Arts Progressions to design Common Core Aligned unit and lesson activities.

Location:

(2/12/18) DOE Office: Linden Place - Room 317

3rd Floor
30-48 Linden Place
Queens, NY 11354

(2/13/18) 25Q189
144-80 BARCLAY AVENUE
QUEENS, NY 11355


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Monday, February 12, 2018

Tuesday, February 13, 2018








Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.1, 1.2, 2.2

Danielson:

1A, 1E, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F084) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

ESOL and Common Branch/English Language Learning Area Teachers working with ELLs. Grades 6-12


Facilitators:

Doshka Truick


Please e-mail DTruick@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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Strategic Formative Assessment of ELLs (6-12)

F069

English Language Learners

Middle and High Schools (6-12)

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Strategic Formative Assessment of ELLs (6-12)


Description:

This professional learning opportunity explores the latest research in the field of formative assessment.  A student-centered approach will be fostered by assisting pedagogues in designing questions, discussions and activities to assess ELLs.  


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will develop an understanding of strategic formative assessment.

Participants will facilitate active learning and plan techniques using data from the EDAT and various assessment tools to activate student centered learning.


Please note that this offering is a repeat from an offering with the same title that was offered during the fall cycle. Please do not register again if you previously attended.

Location:

24Q485

Grover Cleveland HS

21-27 Himrod St.

Ridgewood, NY 11385


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Monday, April 23, 2018

Tuesday, April 24, 2018








Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.2, 2.2, 3.4

Danielson:

1A, 3D, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F069) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

ESOL and Common Branch/English Language Learning Area Teachers working with ELLs. Grades 6-12


Facilitators:

Doshka Truick


Please e-mail DTruick@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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Strategic Formative Assessment of ELLs (K-5)

F070

English Language Learners

Elementary Schools (K-5)

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Strategic Formative Assessment of ELLs (K-5)


Description:

This professional learning opportunity explores the latest research in the field of formative assessment.  A student-centered approach will be fostered by assisting pedagogues in designing questions, discussions and activities to assess ELLs.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will develop an understanding of strategic formative assessment.

Participants will facilitate active learning and plan techniques using data from the EDAT and various assessment tools to activate student centered learning.

Please note that this offering is a repeat from an offering with the same title that was offered during the fall cycle. Please do not register again if you previously attended.

Location:

30Q122
P.S. 122 Mamie Fay
21-21 Ditmars Boulevard
Queens, NY 11105


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Tuesday, June 5, 2018



Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.2, 2.2, 3.4

Danielson:

1A, 3D, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers, Supportive Environment


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F070) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

ESOL and Common Branch/English Language Learning Area Teachers working with ELLs. Grades K-5


Facilitators:

Doshka Truick


Please e-mail DTruick@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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Fostering Academic Success for ELL Students in the Math Classroom (Spring Session)

F209

English Language Learners

Elementary Schools (3-5)

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Fostering Academic Success for ELL Students in the Math Classroom (Spring Session)


Description:

Participants will explore multiple strategies for working with ELLs to develop ELLs' understanding of mathematical big ideas. Participants will engage in math tasks while utilizing ENL strategies to build their own repertoire of effective teaching practices.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Participants will explore multiple strategies for working with ELLs to develop ELLs' understanding of mathematical big ideas. Participants will engage in math tasks while utilizing ENL strategies to build their own repertoire of effective teaching practices.

Location:

PS 163Q
57-45 159th Street
Flushing, NY 11355
(718) 353-2514    


Times:

8:30AM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Tuesday, March 06, 2018



Please note that this offering is a repeat from an offering with the same title that was offered in January 2018. Please do not register again if you previously attended.









Core Connections:

Quality Review:

1.2, 1.4, 3.4

Danielson:

1A, 1E, 3B

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction, Collaborative Teachers


CTLE Eligibility:

English Language Learning


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F209) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

Grade 3-5 Teachers; Administrators


Facilitators:

Elizabeth Fisher, Maria Vasiliou-Rozos


Please e-mail EFisher12@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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Language Access Coordinators



Language Access Coordinator Training 2/9

F221

English Language Learners

All Schools (K-12)

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Language Access Coordinator Training 2/9


Description:

As your school's Language Access Coordinator, this training will prepare you to support your school's monitoring of parent language needs, help you understand how best to allocate language assistance funding each school year, familiarize you with the extensive language access resources available within the NYCDOE, and assist you with means for informing Limited English Proficient parents regarding the availability of language assistance services for them.


Anticipated Outcomes:

In this workshop participants will engage in a series of activities where they will learn how to apply outreach strategies using language access resources to support their school’s families who prefer a language other than English.
Outcomes: At the end of this PLO, participants will be able to learn their school's language demographic data to develop and implement a translation and interpretation plan.

Location:

Queens North Field Support Center
28-11 Queens Plaza North 4th Fl
Long Island City. NY, 11101


Times:

9:00AM - 12:00PM


Dates:

Friday, February 09, 2018









Core Connections:

Framework:

Strong Family-Community Ties


CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F221) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

Parent Coordinators, Assistant Principals, Secretaries


Facilitators:

Gar Yan yeung


Please e-mail gyeung@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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Language Access Coordinator Training 3/9

F222

English Language Learners

All Schools (K-12)

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Language Access Coordinator Training 3/9


Description:

As your school's Language Access Coordinator, this training will prepare you to support your school's monitoring of parent language needs, help you understand how best to allocate language assistance funding each school year, familiarize you with the extensive language access resources available within the NYCDOE, and assist you with means for informing Limited English Proficient parents regarding the availability of language assistance services for them.


Anticipated Outcomes:

In this workshop participants will engage in a series of activities where they will learn how to apply outreach strategies using language access resources to support their school’s families who prefer a language other than English.
Outcomes: At the end of this PLO, participants will be able to learn their school's language demographic data to develop and implement a translation and interpretation plan.

Location:

Queens North Field Support Center
28-11 Queens Plaza North 4th Fl
Long Island City. NY, 11101


Times:

9:00AM - 12:00PM


Dates:

Friday, March 09, 2018









Core Connections:

Framework:

Strong Family-Community Ties


CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F222) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

Parent Coordinators, Secretaries, Assistant Principals


Facilitators:

Gar Yan Yeung


Please e-mail gyeung@schools.nyc.gov   with any questions.


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NYSESLAT Training



2018 NYSESLAT REFRESHER Training for Elementary Schools 3/26 AM

F245

English Language Learners

Elementary Schools (K-5)

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2018 NYSESLAT REFRESHER Training for Elementary Schools 3/26 AM


Description:

The purpose of this half day 2018 NYSESLAT Train-the-Trainer professional learning opportunity is to provide an overview of the NYSESLAT administration, test structure, and the dimensions and content of the Speaking and Writing scoring rubrics to ENL coordinator/teachers who will be administering the NYSESLAT.

**Due to space limitations, we kindly ask that only one teacher per school attends this training. It is recommended that the individual attending be the staff member who will be primarily responsible for turn-keying this information.


Please note that this is a refresher NYSESLAT training session.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Throughout the presentation, participants will have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the Speaking and Writing rubrics applied to annotated audio and written student responses.

Location:

30-48 Linden Place
Room 605
Flushing, NY 11354


Times:

8:30AM - 11:00AM


Dates:

Monday, March 26, 2018









Core Connections:

Quality Review:

2.2

Danielson:

3D, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction


CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F245) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

ENL Teachers/Coordinators in Grades K-5, Districts 24, 25, 26, and 30


Facilitators:

Yazmin Torres, Rosalind Valenza


Please e-mail YTorres13@schools.nyc.gov RValenza@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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2018 NYSESLAT REFRESHER Training for Elementary Schools 3/29 AM

F246

English Language Learners

Elementary Schools (K-5)

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2018 NYSESLAT REFRESHER Training for Elementary Schools 3/29 AM


Description:

The purpose of this half day 2018 NYSESLAT Train-the-Trainer professional learning opportunity is to provide an overview of the NYSESLAT administration, test structure, and the dimensions and content of the Speaking and Writing scoring rubrics to ENL coordinator/teachers who will be administering the NYSESLAT.

**Due to space limitations, we kindly ask that only one teacher per school attends this training. It is recommended that the individual attending be the staff member who will be primarily responsible for turn-keying this information.

Please note that this is a refresher NYSESLAT training session.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Throughout the presentation, participants will have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the Speaking and Writing rubrics applied to annotated audio and written student responses.

Location:

30-48 Linden Place
Room 605
Flushing, NY 11354


Times:

8:30AM - 11:00AM


Dates:

Thursday, March 29, 2018









Core Connections:

Quality Review:

2.2

Danielson:

3D, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction


CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F246) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

ENL Teachers/Coordinators in Grades K-5, Districts 24, 25, 26, and 30


Facilitators:

Yazmín Torres, Rosalind Valenza


Please e-mail YTorres13@schools.nyc.gov RValenza@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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2018 NYSESLAT REFRESHER Training for Middle Schools 3/26 PM

F247

English Language Learners

Middle Schools (6-8)

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2018 NYSESLAT REFRESHER Training for Middle Schools 3/26 PM


Description:

The purpose of this half day 2018 NYSESLAT Train-the-Trainer professional learning opportunity is to provide an overview of the NYSESLAT administration, test structure, and the dimensions and content of the Speaking and Writing scoring rubrics to ENL coordinator/teachers who will be administering the NYSESLAT.

**Due to space limitations, we kindly ask that only one teacher per school attends this training. It is recommended that the individual attending be the staff member who will be primarily responsible for turn-keying this information.

Please note that this is a refresher NYSESLAT training session.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Throughout the presentation, participants will have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the Speaking and Writing rubrics applied to annotated audio and written student responses.

Location:

30-48 Linden Place
Room 605
Flushing, NY 11354


Times:

12:00PM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Monday, March 26, 2018









Core Connections:

Quality Review:

2.2

Danielson:

3D, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction


CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F247) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

ENL Teachers/Coordinators in Grades 6-8, Districts 24, 25, 26, and 30


Facilitators:

Yazmín Torres, Rosalind Valenza


Please e-mail YTorres13@schools.nyc.gov RValenza@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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2018 NYSESLAT REFRESHER Training for High Schools 3/29 PM

F248

English Language Learners

High Schools (9-12)

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2018 NYSESLAT REFRESHER Training for High Schools 3/29 PM


Description:

The purpose of this half day 2018 NYSESLAT Train-the-Trainer professional learning opportunity is to provide an overview of the NYSESLAT administration, test structure, and the dimensions and content of the Speaking and Writing scoring rubrics to ENL coordinator/teachers who will be administering the NYSESLAT.

**Due to space limitations, we kindly ask that only one teacher per school attends this training. It is recommended that the individual attending be the staff member who will be primarily responsible for turn-keying this information.

Please note that this is a refresher NYSESLAT training session.


Anticipated Outcomes:

Throughout the presentation, participants will have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the Speaking and Writing rubrics applied to annotated audio and written student responses.

Location:

30-48 Linden Place
Room 605
Flushing, NY 11354


Times:

12:00PM - 2:30PM


Dates:

Thursday, March 29, 2018









Core Connections:

Quality Review:

2.2

Danielson:

3D, 4E

Framework:

Rigorous Instruction


CTLE Eligibility:

This offering is NOT CTLE eligible


Acceptable CTLE shall be in the content area of any certificate title held by the individual or in pedagogy.

Register here!

*If available, this option ( #F248) will be pre-selected for your ease



Target Audience:

ENL Teachers/Coordinators in Grades 9-12, Districts 24, 25, 26, and 30


Facilitators:

Yazmín Torres, Rosalind Valenza


Please e-mail YTorres13@schools.nyc.gov  RValenza@schools.nyc.gov  with any questions.


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